Guard

(i) Folding Maps, or plates, are sometimes mounted on guards, narrow strips of paper sewn into the book, to obviate sewing through the middle of the image itself. (ii) a leaf (often of tissue) inserted to protect a plate. (iii) A type of repair to the margins of individual leaves.
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guard

[n] - the person who plays the position of guard on a basketball team 2. [n] - a person who keeps watch over something or someone 3. [n] - the person who plays that position on a football team 4. [n] - a group of men who escort and protect some important person 5. [n] - a posture of defence in boxing or fencing 6. [n] - a
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Guard

A strip of paper, muslin, or other thin material used to attach or reinforce leaves or inserts in books, permitting bending
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Guard

A narrow strip of paper or linen pasted to a single leaf to allow sewing into a section for binding.
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Guard

Guard transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Guarded ; present participle &, verbal noun Gurding .] [ Old French guarder , garder , warder, French garder , from Old High German wart...n to be on the wa
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Guard

Guard (gärd) intransitive verb To watch by way of caution or defense; to be caution; to be in a state or position of defense or safety; as, careful persons guard against mistakes.
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Guard

Guard noun [ Old French guarde , French garde ; of German origin; confer Old High German wart , marto , one who watches, mata a watching, Goth. wardja watchman. See Guard , transitive verb ] 1. One who, or that which,
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guard

1. One who, or that which, guards from injury, danger, exposure, or attack; defense; protection. 'His greatness was no guard to bar heaven's shaft.' (Shak) ... 2. A man, or body of men, stationed to protect or control a person or position; a watch; a sentinel. 'The guard which kept the door of the king's house.' Kings xiv. 27. ... 3. One who has ch
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guard

safety noun a device designed to prevent injury
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guard

bodyguard noun a group of men who escort and protect some important person
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guard

noun a position on a basketball team
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guard

noun a posture of defence in boxing or fencing; `keep your guard up`
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guard

ward verb watch over or shield from danger or harm; protect; `guard my possessions while I`m away`
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guard

verb to keep watch over; `there would be men guarding the horses`
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guard

(gahrd) a protective device. mouth guard any of various removable intraoral appliances that protect the teeth and sometimes the lips and cheeks during contact sports.
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Guard

• (v. t.) A man, or body of men, stationed to protect or control a person or position; a watch; a sentinel. • (v. t.) A fence or rail to prevent falling from the deck of a vessel. • (n.) To keep watch over, in order to prevent escape or restrain from acts of violence, or the like. • (v. t.) An extension of the deck of a vessel b
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Guard

[weapon] ==Summary== A model of an Automatic Transmission Controller in Simulink as shown in the MathWorks demos. The screenshot is taken from Simulink 7.7 (R2011a) by The Dark Melon. ==Licensing== ...
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Guard

[American football] In American and Canadian football, a guard (G) is a player that lines up between the center and the tackles on the offensive line of a football team. The guard`s job is to protect the quarterback from the incoming defensive line and linebackers during pass plays, as well as creating openings (holes) for the running backs
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Guard

[grappling] The guard is a ground grappling position where one combatant has their back to the ground, while attempting to control the other combatant using the legs. In pure grappling combat sports, the guard is considered an advantageous position, since the bottom combatant can attack with various joint locks and chokeholds, while the top
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Guard

[computer science] In computer programming, a guard is a boolean expression that must evaluate to true if the program execution is to continue in the branch in question. The term is used at least in Haskell, Clean, Erlang, occam, Promela, OCaml and Scala programming languages.{Citation needed|date=March 2012} In Mathematica, guards are call
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guard

  1. a person who keeps watch over something or someone
  2. the person who plays that position on a football team
  3. a device designed to prevent injury
  4. a posture of defence in boxing or fencing
  5. a group of men who escort and protect some important person
  6. the duty of serving as a sentry
  7. a position on the line of scrimmage
  8. a position
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    guard

    one of two player positions on offense -- see linemen. A 5-player defensive line will have one, and a defensive line of 6 or more players, two guards, while a defensive line of fewer than 5 players has no guard.
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    Guard

    Train staff member originally provided to assist with train braking before the introduction of continuous brakes - the name derives from the days of horse-drawn road coaches when guards were employed to protect the passengers from highwaymen. In more recent times, guards have been used to carry out ticketing duties and have become known by the US n
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    Guard

    The person formerly employed to operate the doors on an Underground train, look after passengers, ensure right-time departure from stations, assist the driver in emergencies and provide rear protection for the train if required in emergency. All trains are now one-person-operated (OPO) and the guard's job is redundant.
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    Guard

    also Bell and Bell Guard. A Cup-shaped metal (steel or aluminum) weapon part which protects the hand. Foils use small concentrically mounted bell guards,
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